Crater Lake Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... got chatting away with them for a bit. They are also working their way down to Yosemite, which is where we are off to tomorrow, and they are doing it all campervan style like we did in New Zealand. Not booking anything, just coming and going as they please. We are still booking at least a week or so in advance as still everywhere is looking pretty booked up, but campsites appear to be in abundance. We met another friend at a viewpoint but this one was ...
... on photo safari, each trying to find “the shot”. We stuck around for quite a while, really until the light was beginning to get too bright. Thankfully the falls had been in the shade the whole time, so light was great. As we were packing up to leave, an older guy and a young woman appeared. He spoke to D about their intentions to do some nude photography, so D & the girls made a quick departure while I ...
After getting the RV up and running, we continued heading southeast to Crater Lake National Park, which is home to more than 40 volcanoes. Crater Lake was a mountain that became a lake after a volcano erupted and left a deep basin. Centuries of rain and snow filled the basin, forming a deep blue lake, which is the deepest lake in the U.S. ...
- Gas: $18.64
- Food: $23.72
- Cost of Ice: $7.50
Mount Mazama's collapse 7000 years ago led to the formation of Crater Lake. The Klamath Indians observed the phenomena and thought it to be the war of Gods. Ever since this place has been a site of their rituals making it probably one of the oldest ritual sites in the world.
The lake is extreme blue color with wizard island at the center (which is also a volcano). There was snow here when I came and therefore going into the water for boat rides was out ...
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